The anti-semitic and anti-advocate rhetoric surrounding the killings at Etz Chaim, Pittsburgh
Antisemitic tropes and utopian ideals in imagining and resisting capitalism
An excerpt from 'Modernity and the Jews in Western Social Thought'
Far-left politics and radical universalism (including its Stalinist variant) seduced countless intellectuals during the twentieth century. Yet, this absorbing subject still needs to be deciphered and recalled. In a similar vein, the topic of apostasy, that is to say, the awakening to what Immanuel Kant once called “dogmatic slumber,” …
A conversation with the Israeli author Amos Oz, conducted on November 12th in the guesthouse of the Hamburg Senate, upon receiving the first Siegfried-Lenz Prize.
NF: Bruchim Habaim leHamburg! — Welcome to Hamburg!
AO: Thank you very much. Being the first recipient of the Siegfried Lenz literary award is a great honor but also a very deep sadness, because we have lost Siegfried Lenz just a few weeks ago, and I was so much hoping that he will be the one who will hand me the award. …